Caress / Ache

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Yesterday my wife and I went to Sydney to see a play by the Australian playwright Suzie Miller, “Caress / Ache”.

We like those little outings as they give us the opportunity to see the “Big Smoke” and leave our humdrum existence in the outer reaches of New South Wales behind. We take the train as we would have trouble parking the car in the city.

The train is a modern double-decker one. The trip is comfortable and provides us with a view of the Pacific Ocean on one side and the towering escarpment on the other. Later, before we reach the outer suburbs of the Metropolitan area, the train is snaking its way through a dense forest. It is always a pleasurable  trip up the coast. Nature is touching us!

Train departing Thirroul on the way to Sydney Train departing Thirroul on the way to Sydney

Tucked away in  an alley behind busy Victoria Street, Darlinghurst…

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6 thoughts on “Caress / Ache

  1. Aw. What a wonderful revisit to this one of Peter’s posts. How sweet that you have his blog…words, memories, photos, and stories! I know you miss him so so SO greatly. I hope revisiting his blog brings you comfort and joy and sweet memories, Uta. 🙂
    (((HUGS)))

    1. Thamls. dear Carolyn, for understanding so well. Yes, I love to reread all of Peter’s blogs. I hope, there is a way to make WordPress let them stay, where they are. HUGS, Uta 🙂

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